Take a moment to think about the homes that have impressed you the most. It’s highly likely that those homes used the warmth and attention to detail that comes with Craftsman home design.

Trilogy sees no reason to separate design from the building process and this unique approach comes to life in our beautiful remodeling and new home construction throughout Colorado.

Beeler Place – Copper Mountain
The owners of a townhome near the Copper Mountain Ski Resort transformed their property from a plain looking and enclosed living space into new open areas with fantastic Craftsman style touches and architecture.

Colorado remodel before


A plain, outdated kitchen and living area became a warm, modern space with sleek iron light fixtures, shaker cabinets, an added fireplace, as well as dramatic new railings and spindles that replaced drab sheet-rocked walls. The new elements are all true to Arts and Crafts style, but with a contemporary attitude.

contemporary Arts and Crafts kitchen


The best news for these property owners is the jump in rental income they have enjoyed since the project was completed. Read their personal letter to Trilogy. You can also see more images from this project in our gallery.

If you are waiting for the right design firm to bring out the potential in your mountain home, contact Trilogy Partners today.

The home on the Wailua River in Hawaii was haphazardly remodeled after nearly being destroyed by Hurricane Iniki in 1992. Azaya Design and Trilogy Partners joined together to take on this extensive design and build project. The living room had been redecorated in 2007 but it felt a bit dark and separate from the rest of the home. The room needed brightening and more of a traditional island feel. Removing a wall between this living space and the kitchen made a dramatic difference. (Click on photos to enlarge.)

Living Room Before Remodel

The entry to the home was to the side of the living room. There was nothing dramatic or welcoming about it. It, too, needed to be refreshed.

Entry Before Remodel

Ridge Beams and Rafters create a Balinese feel. Koa wood paneling was removed to brighten the room. Koa wood was also removed from the soffits to “lift” the ceiling.

Living Room, left and entry, to the right. The walls were plastered with American Clay plaster and the original Koa wood floors were refinished to beautiful effect.

Double doors spread wide. A gate (to the left) separates the entry vestibule from the outside.

Balinese wall carvings are actually fountains. The floor features broken “Sea Grass” stone tile from Arizona Tile and a river pattern of ebony stone.

All five spaces, Kitchen, Living Room, Tatami Dining Area, Entry, and Lanai all merge into one fabulous space.


More Kauai Before and After posts to follow. Visit the Kauai Remodel Gallery for more great photos of this fantastic project. Design by Azaya Design and Trilogy Partners.

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